Book Reviews of Moonlight Becomes Her

Moonlight Becomes Her
Moonlight Becomes Her
Author: Meagan McKinney
ISBN-13: 9780821770504
ISBN-10: 0821770500
Publication Date: 12/1/2002
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Romantic suspense with a Victorian New York setting and a great atmosphere, characters and plot.
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Clever and beautiful jewel thief Lady Moonlight, disguised as innocent, yet seductive debutante Mystere Rillieux, meets her match in railroad magnate Rafe Belloch, a man she once robbed, who unbeknownst to Mystere, knows her true identity, and as passion rages between, revenge threatens to tear them apart.
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Very good book! Lots of plot twists and thrills!
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I really didn't find the characters compelling enough for the book to have more than 2-1/2 stars. Their cat-and-mouse game just seemed to drag on and on. And, the book didn't have a satisfying enough conclusion.
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Suspense, romance, great characters -- what's not to like!! Very good.
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In an electrifying novel of intrigue and romance, Meagen McKinney takes readers to the heights of New York City society in the 1880's - where a delicious scandal brews as a jewel thief stalks her prey...
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In an electrifyiny novel of intrigue and romance,I loved this book.
All the characters stay with you, wishing for 1 more page.
This story takes you to The New York society in the 1880s,where a scandal of intrigue, and seduction in mesmeizing tale.
MUST READ!
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I read this book in 2002,was surpried to see it posted,loved it,and wanted a sequel about the missing brother.But never found it.